Are Numis Network’s Silver autoship coins REALLY worth the price?

Many people wonder if Numis Silver Coin of the Month Club Coins are worth it.

1992 1 oz Australian Silver Kookaburra MS70This inside look will expose the real truth about Numis Network.  The answers lie below…

I encourage you to read this carefully:

Each month for the past 16 months, I have been receiving rare MS70 Silver collectible coins from around the World through Numis Network’s Silver Coin of the Month Club.2011 Chinese Silver Panda MS70

Each MS70 coin is a majestic work of art: a Government minted history lesson from a mint around the World, flawlessly commemorated and encapsulated in fine .958-.9999 silver.

Each individual coin has been scientifically graded by 3 independent coin scientists, who have determined each to be a perfect Mint State 70 (the highest achievable grade).

In order for any coin to receive a certified grade of MS70, all 3 scientists must each individually assign a perfect grade of MS70 – if just one scientist grades a coin an MS69, that coin cannot receive the MS70 grade.

The perfect MS70 grade makes each coin extremely rare, highly sought and increasingly valuable over time..

1992 1 oz Australian Silver Kookaburra MS70 Queen Elizabeth II

What you deserve to know about Numis Network’s Silver autoship coins… are they REALLY worth the cost?

Let’s take a quick look the cost of each 2011 Numis Silver Coin of the Month Club coin

vs. how much that coin commands in today’s marketplace.


Numis 100 percent buy back guarantee

(Numis Network offers a 5 year -100% buy back guarantee on every Silver Coin of the Month Club purchase).


Here is a list of all Silver of the Month Club coins and the best known currently available source for each available coin.



Of the 12 Coins of the Month, 7 of the 12 are SOLD OUT and are no longer available for sale anywhere in the World.2011 Mexican Silver Libertad MS70

Only 5 autoship coins are still available for purchase on the Internet.  Those 5 available coins are listed below, along with the price Numis Silver Coin of the Month Club Members paid, AND today’s replacement cost (current value).


2011 Canadian Silver Timber Wolf MS70Fair warning: as STUNNING (+281%) as the results are below, understand they are a reality for everybody who was a member of the Numis Coin of the Month Club in 2011.

Keep in mind, since 7 of these 12 coins cannot be found for sale anywhere, it’s extremely difficult to put a current market value on them (so to be fair, we’re only going to deal with the coins that can still be sourced.


The total price to a Numis Silver Coin of the Month Club Member for these 5 available coins was $585 (an average of $117 apiece).

Today’s replacement cost is $1,641 (best known reputable prices + shipping)

for a increase of $1046 or 281%.  Keep in mind, spot silver has gone up just 6% in the same one-year time frame

(Imagine how much the value of these coins will increase once the public discovers the World is going to run out of silver in 9 years.)

1) March 2011 2011 U.S. 25th Anniversary Silver Eagle MS702011 1 oz U.S. 25th Anniversary Silver Eagle MS70

Best price available $149

Numis members $109



2) July 20111994 Australian Silver Kookaburra MS701994 1 oz Australian Silver Kookaburra MS70

Best price available $795 

Numis members $119



3) September 20112011 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad MS702011 Mexican Silver Libertad MS70 1 oz

Best price available $199.99

Numis members $119



4) October 20112012 1 oz Australian Silver Kookaburra MS702012 1 oz Australian Silver Kookaburra MS70

Best price available $189.99

Numis members $119

+ $70.99


2012 Canadian Silver Cougar MS705) November 2011 2012 1 oz Canadian Silver Cougar MS70

Best price available $299

Numis members: $119

+ $180.00



What is the real value of Numis Network’s Silver autoship program?

Executive members of the Numis Silver Coin of the Month Club receive huge tax benefits (deductions).

Robert Kiyosaki’s Tax Advisor, Diane Kennedy, explains the details here in a recorded inteview with Numis Executive Winder Lyons.

Ms. Kennedy has written two books in Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad” series.  She has a deep and profound understanding of the U.S Tax Code.

Her book, “Smart Business, Stupid Business” is a must read for anyone who owns (or is considering owning) their own business.

Having been a CPA for 30 years, Diane Kennedy has also has a deep understanding of the power of compounding, and the residual income potential of operating a home based networking business.

Read here as she explains how she passed up on countless opportunities before joining Numis:

SIGN ME UP!!!<——— That’s what Kiyosaki’s Tax Advisor said!!

After having read her blogpost: Why I Chose Numis, you can understand where Diane is coming from.

What better business to get involved in?  Collecting appreciable assets that have historically only gone up in value AND are backed by a 100% buy back guarantee.

Lastly, no honest discussion about Numis Network can be held without mentioning the compensation plan.

Click here to listen to a discussion about the Numis Network compensation plan as explained by the person who created it, Chris Kent.

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2011 Australian Silver Rabbit Mint State 70 (MS70)

scroll down to view the coin’s history, mintage, specifications,

original cost and current value (replacement cost)

$99 through Numis Network’s January 2011

Silver Coin of the Month Club

best known reputable dealer’s price available today:


What’s so cool about the

2011 Australian Silver Rabbit

Mint State 70 (MS70) ?

The “Year of the Rabbit” is the fourth coin released in the highly anticipated second series of Australian Silver Lunar Coins.

As ancient legend has it, on Chinese New Year, the Buddha , summoned all the animals of his kingdom, but only 12 showed up. To honor those 12 animals, each was given a place in the zodiac and a year of its own, in the order that they arrived.

According to the Chinese lunar calender, 2011 is “The Year of the Rabbit.” People born in the Year of the Rabbit are believed to be articulate, talented, and compassionate, making then well-liked and respected by others. They are also said to have the uncanny ability to make the right choices.

The intricate artistic detail of the two rabbits displayed on the reverse of this coin is truly remarkable. Each wisp of fur is clearly visible in the image of these delicate creatures which reflects the gentle nature inherent to those born in the Year of the Rabbit.

The design also incorporates the Chinese symbol for “Rabbit” and has the words “Year of the Rabbit” inscribed below the image. The letter “P” shows this coin was produced at the highly lauded Perth Mint.

The obverse of the coin features the crowned profile of Queen Elizabeth II as designed by the master sculptor Ian Rank-Broadly. These lovely coins make great gifts for those born in any year “ruled” by the rabbit. Starting with 2011 and working backwards that includes the years 1999, 1987, 1975, 1951 and 1939.

Weight: 31.135 Diameter: 45.6 mm Thickness: 2.6 mm purity: .999 Fine Silver

Click here to learn more about the 2011 Australian Silver Rabbit Mint State 70 (MS70)

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